In this proposed deal, it would be an even swap with two former lottery picks. Chicago would send Kris Dunn to the Knicks.Over the offseason, Dunn’s trade value was nearly non-existent as his market diminished into nothing. This season, Dunn has had a resurgence and Jim Boylen seems to trust him down the stretch of games.In 23 minutes per game, Dunn is averaging about seven points and over three assists. Meanwhile, Smith has had issues with injuries and a lack of playing time. Smith is posting averages of 5.2 points, 2.7 assists and 2.1 rebounds per game.At one point, Smith was considered a rising youngster in this league. Could another change of scenery help him get back to that point?